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Eric Brainard 6 months ago
Absolutely amazing, I need English dubbed. Not big on anime but adult anime can be good.
Leonard over 3 years ago
Not for kids or anything, still great fights, plot and twists. Worth watchting.
Pavlos Papadakis almost 5 years ago
Gory, cool and fast-paced.... a good action/ninja anime
Emma Jun almost 6 years ago
Some cool scenes and ideas, but an animation style I couldn't get into. Ugly characters.
Zach Sly almost 6 years ago
Ninja Scroll is the epitome of anime tropes, in a good way. Always a classic.
Kris J Knight 7 years ago
ninjas. swords. magic. humour. nuf said!
Nine Lives 6 months ago
Shalena 1 year ago
Michael Delena over 1 year ago
Niaal Holder over 1 year ago
Marc Hyde over 3 years ago
Bloc Silent over 3 years ago
Esar Quais over 4 years ago
Gary over 4 years ago
Bradley Benskin almost 5 years ago
Austin Hinderer almost 5 years ago
Frank Fitzpatrick almost 5 years ago
Evandar Lind 5 years ago
Ninja Scroll (獣兵衛忍風帖, Jūbē Ninpūchō) is a 1993 Japanese animated action thriller film set in feudal Japan, written and directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri who was best known for his previous thriller Wicked City (Yōjū Toshi). The character designs were done by Yutaka Minowa. The movie is in homage to the Ninpōchō series, ninja novels by Futaro Yamada. The main character, Kibagami Jubei, is an hommage to the famed Japanese folk hero Yagyū Jūbei Mitsuyoshi. The film was released on June 5, 1993, and received a Western release on December 6, 1995, and was critically acclaimed. The movie was also released in some regions as Jubei Ninpucho: The Wind Ninja Chronicles. It is licensed by Manga Entertainment in North America. Five years before the start of the film, the fictious Yamashiro clan's chief retainers (vassal lords) dig gold out of a secret mine behind their lord's back. The lord of the Yamashiro clan wants to have the gold for himself, but his forces are not strong enough, so he cannot...
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